I assumed from the article that an English j was meant (so that "-jas" would be more or less like "jus'" as in "jus' a minute"), but Michael's comment assumes a Spanish/Mexican j (ie, a guttural fricative).
''I can's say with absolute certainty that the fuel jas not melted, Junichi Matsumoto said, adding that the firm had been unable to confirm the condition of the reactor's core.
It is a sad that opposing opinions cannot be exchanged in a dignified manner jas
You can get these from germandeli. com - they are currently on sale for $2.99 - it may be the most expensive way on earth to get them, though! jas May 23
En Amelie heeft over een maand een nieuwe jas/gambeson.